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Black Cat Mystery Magazine #1 Paperback – August 30, 2017
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I haven't read all the stories yet, but "Crazy Cat Lady" and "Flight to the Flirty Flamingo" have already given me "my money's worth" as Dad used to say. There are times that a short story is just right, like while waiting at the allergist's (and have never minded a wait less). As I drove home, I thought of the Jamaican folk saying, "He who won't hear must feel.” Diabolical and very clever writing and lessons to be learned.
Any short story collection with variety is going to have some stories that appeal to certain readers and others that appeal to different readers. People have different interests. But I can honestly say that each of these stories held my interest. None of them was a ‘clunker.”
If I had to pick my favorites I would go with the stories by Barb Goffman, Dan Andriacco, and Josh Pacter.
I look forward to seeing more issues of “Black Cat.”